Travel + Leisure has just announced its list of 17 nominees for the Travel + Leisure 2016 Destination of the Year accolade and Portugal is on the list. Now readers have until November 14th to vote it as THE Readers' Choice Destination of the Year
Chaves, in the North of Portugal, has always been know for its thermal waters, especially during the Roman Empire. And, when the city planned an underground garage it got a real surprise - Roman baths buried in a landslide some 1,700 years ago. Excavation are being done, with a museum projected to open in 2018.
Portugal took home some 24 Oscars in European categories of tourism, the most ever, and the night's biggest winner.
In spring 2017, a major international exhibition marks the opening of the new "Casa da Arquitetura"- House of Architecture, in the former home of Alvaro Siza.
Turismo de Portugal and Portugal Ventures have launched the program “+ Heritage + Tourism" to stimulatestartups and new businesses associated with tourism and enhancement of the cultural and natural heritage of Portugal.
What do USA Today, Travel Agent and decanter have in common? Well, they can’t seem to spell the word DOURO.
What is the deal with Portuguese? Reads like Italian, sounds like Russian? We hear you – tough language to explain.
Fernando Pessoa - O Quinto Imperio
For Americans looking for a place to relocate, Portugal is a good candidate
The Cargaleiro Museum, housed in the eighteenth century building Solar dos Cavaleiros, displays a remarkable body of work donated by the Manuel Cargaleiro Foundation